Published: Tue, May 01, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Ty Herndon Performs at White House Correspondents' Dinner

Ty Herndon Performs at White House Correspondents' Dinner

"And those who said she went too far apparently don't know who the President is because she didn't say close to the heinous things we have to hear from him". "I wanted to do something different". While she expressed surprise at how much controversy her performance generated, Wolf was disappointed by it because "I didn't want to cater to the room".

Michelle Wolf became an overnight sensation this weekend after her appearance at the 2018 White House Correspondents dinner.

Michelle Wolf deserves the Nobel Peace Price for her performance at the White House Correspondents Dinner, CNN commentator Ana Navarro insisted this morning.

Some prominent journalists joined Trump administration aides in defending Sanders. "It's probably lies." While some - like fellow comics Jimmy Kimmel, Rosie O'Donnell, and Judd Apatow - praised Wolf for her punchlines, others felt she crossed a line in criticizing Sanders's looks. "CNN reporters got awards, I can not remember the exact award they got, but they came up to accept them and she sat the whole time while we all stood and shook their hands. I made fun of Mitch McConnell's neck and I did a small jab at Chris Christie's weight and no one is jumping to their defense".

Those jokes set off a firestorm on social media. Her follower count on Twitter has more than tripled in two days since the event.

"Saturday's White House Correspondents" dinner proved once again that hate, sexism, and bullying isn't tolerated ... unless it's aimed at conservatives, or the Trump administration. But until President Trump's boycott in 2017 deprived the comedian of a foil, the evening had remained more or less the same.

Wolf told Gross that "having the ability to laugh at yourself is important".

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He emphasized strengthening cooperation and using "results-based" multilateralism to address current global threats. Mr Trump has until 12 May to decide on the deal, which aimed to prevent Iran acquiring nuclear weapons.

Although he urged future WHCA presidents not to "censor" their chosen comedians" speeches, he encouraged them to "pick one who you know is going to be more fair, not somebody who is part of the resistance and has all of Hollywood going, "You go, girl'".

"Yes, of course Wolf was a little mean - it's called a roast for a reason!" Tensions have been heightened.

"You guys love breaking news, and you did it, you broke it", said Wolf, 32. Michelle Wolf delivered the same kind of vitriol that the president delivers hourly (without any complaints from his base), and he goes insane?

"This was a total disaster and an embarrassment to our great Country and all that it stands for".

Sanders was essentially there in Trump's place, seated at the head table by the podium. Michelle Wolf never called that lady a boogawolf; if anything, the comedian skillfully managed to eviscerate Sanders without speaking ill of her physical appearance.

In particular, Sanders sat while a team of CNN reporters received the Merriman Smith Award for their reporting on the so-called Russian Federation dossier.

Although Talev and the association did not apologize to Sanders directly, Talev released a statement late Sunday distancing the association from Wolf.

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